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, they were born in what i call birthing spas - two-room suites and that's the hospitals. my wife was in the labor room with other people in labour. we are -- we buy high and health care. whether it is worth that are not is another question. will disband the curve? our estimates are no. in fact health care expenditures will be bigger. part of that is because we introduced more free care. if you are introducing free care, you will not make health care expenditures lore. it appears health care expenditures will rise relative to where they were before the current legislation. what we have done in the free care is to make health care expenditures as a share of gross domestic product which is the big issue they have with the united states. i will not get involved and that argument -- in that argument. the main thing is to demographics. medicare is expanding rapidly. 2011 is the first year the baby boomers will become eligible for medicare and the medicare population will increase exponentially in the next decade. that is the problem that everyone is trying to bet -- address. these are
: this is a fun week of discounts. if you love to go get a spa treatment or a massage we have it this morning. washington, d.c. area spas are slashing prices for treatment and classes. this is all part of spa finders deal days. the first nation wide wellness week of its kind. discounts you're taking half off the price or service or offering it for a flat rate of 50 bucks. we're talking massages and beside scrubs. we have two people who love spa services. i'm going to give you the vitamin hand and nail treatment. i'm going to give her a little bit of a facial action over here. just a little bit here. these are some of the products you will get to try out when you go to some of these places. >> what is this supposed to do? >> this makes your hands soft. you can also get other services like eyelash extensions, beside wraps. all this kind of stuff and maybe try some new products. maybe do a brazilian blow out. do you know what that is angie? >> it's with your hair. it can be really expensive. 50% off this week. classes are also available. you can maybe try yoga class or pilates. these are the kin
. the letter from christopher hall and joseph morehead, attorneys for appellant, sunflower spa, requesting rehearing of appeal number 10-037, sunflower spa vs. department of health. at that time, upon motion by garcia, the board voted 4-0-1 -- vice president goh was absent -- to uphold the revocation of the subject massage establishment permit with adoption of the hearing officer's findings. >> thank you. >2w3thank you for the continua. president peterson: state your name for the record? >> christopher hall, appearing for the permit holder at 450b jones street. she requested a rehearing in this matter because she felt that it would be manifest injustice served and the end result would be manifest injustice, if there is an outright revocation as opposed to the gradual penalty that could have been imposed, meaning a penalty of suspension. i would like to point out there were two issues raised in our brief, and one deals with the testimony that was brought to the attention of the board back on august 11. that was the statement that he received a complaint in july of 2010 of prostitution at t
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on everything from dinners to day spas all with a click of the mouse. has its young founder started a shopping revolution? chris bury reports. >> you're swamped, huh? well that's good to hear, that's good to hear. >> reporter: at its tender age, just under two year, this internet company is growing more quickly than google did. >> the e-mail didn't go out and it already sold 600. >> reporter: faster than facebook. >> the e-mail gets sent out -- >> reporter: more swiftly than amazon. >> trying to bring a ton of new people through. >> reporter: how fast are you growing? >> we have been called the fastest growing company ever so pretty fast. >> reporter: andrew mason is the 29-year-old ceo of groupon, the sizzling hot internet company that's taken an old newspaper staple, the discount coupon, and tweaked it for the age of twitter. when you started, how many employees do you have and how many do you have today? >> we started with seven employees and today we have over 500, about 550. >> the more you actually get into the habit of pitching groupon, the more natural you're going to sound over the ph
service spa hotel has open for animals. it has several different sized rooms. it also has a mass of the special events room and a photography studio. >> the wellness center is a totally eastern wellness center. it is based on education, nutrition, herbology. we have acupuncture request the owner came up with the idea after her cats died from that disease she later found out she had , too. >> coming up in the next half- hour -- >> a political newcomer shakes up the race for city state's attorney. details are next. >> things are pretty quiet in the weather department this morning. there is some rain in the seven- day forecast. >> we are getting reports of a new accident along ritchie new accident along ritchie everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes out of my
complete with a doggie spa. this freshman is away from her family for the first time. what does it mean to have leo with you? >> come here. >> this is adult waiting to be adopted. nicole is a transfer student. did you have a pet. ? >> i had a roommate. >> which do you prefer? >> the pet. >> classrooms are pet-free zones. when is class time, the pets can come down here for a little play time with their dorm mates. do you know of any good parties? college president has three dogs and two cats. >> we find students who bring their dogs and cats or rabbits to campus are among our most responsible students. time of it is time management and responsibility. part of it is having someone to come home to at night who loves you at face value and no matter what. >> the most important thing was the first night in the dorm to correct you realize you are away from home and this is said. daisy was laying right next to me and cuddling with me. it was going to be ok. >> that is a nice feeling for anybody. john yang, nbc news, columbia, missouri. >> that brings us to your answers to our water cooler quest
the salon and spa where it said the train used to work. this is where the vigil is being held later on this evening. reporting live in full layout line stand for kron4 news >> our coverage of the multiple murders continues online. we have every breaking detail on the story. just log on to our website. >> the temperature is much more comfortable out there today with cooler bay area wide, some places are 50 degrees cooler. in the 80s in the north bay in yesterday's here in the upper 90s. it is a 10 degree cool down there. still live in one's boss with the low 90s and there's going to be it a bit much more cooling we want to see winds ushered back in temperatures cooling down. that will continue. the fog is going down the coast line and back into the bay area. into tomorrow morning we will have fog and cooler temperatures. cooler and then warmer. we'll have details plus an extended forecast all coming up in just a bit. >> live look out side in the getaway. but this is san francisco, the traffic is headed to the lower deck and the bottom of your screen at a very slow pace. we will be ri
-0, and that is rescheduled to october 6. commissioner hwang: and then a rehearing request of the sunflower spa, the appellate has requested that this matter be rescheduled to september 15, 2010, and the department of public health has agreed korea that. commissioner garcia: is that an overly heavy night that night? i would certainly move that. commissioner hwang: is there any public comment? ok, seeing none, then, mr. pacheco, if you could call that. secretary pacheco: of the motion to reschedule this -- [reading role] thank you. the vote is 4-0. that is rescheduled to september 15. commissioner hwang: thank you. we will go back to item number one, and if there is anyone who would like to speak on an item that is not on tonight's agenda, please step forward. >> members of the commission, with the san francisco open government. i am here to talk about the case of a reconsideration was brought before this board, and this is a concern regarding the entire process that led up to that. the very first thing i would like to talk about is the fact that even though some members of the board did mention that there wer
drug problem. that's coming up many entertain. news. >>> jessica. >> we are getting you 50% off spa services at some of the nicest spas in town. it's all going on this week. i'll have the details coming up. keep it here. you're watching 9 news now. right here in this neighborhood, i grew up learning strong families and hard work means opportunity. and that starts with good schools. it's a tradition here in maryland-- and why in these tough times i've put education first. we've made record investments in our classrooms... doubled the number of charter schools... and we've frozen college tuition for four years in a row. and it's working. experts say we now have the number one schools in the nation. when it comes to expanding opportunity in every neighborhood, i know that we must do even better. [ male announcer ] it's luxury with fire in its veins. bold. daring. capable of moving your soul. ♪ and that's even before you drop your foot on the pedal. ♪ the new 2011 cts coupe from cadillac. the new standard of the world. the new 2011 cts coupe from cadillac. come on in, and i'll give
of their religious beliefs. >> reporter: i'm emmly grace live at he pearl spa my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress spends reading massive spending bills, it's crazy. that's why i wrote a law that requires 72 hours to read every bill. i read the big bills and i said no. no to the $3 trillion budget, no to the bank bailout, and no to the health care bill. at home you would never pay a bill without reading it neither should congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message because i'm proud to be ranked one of the most independent members of congress. and the 60-day handshake lives on, [ male announcer ] it's ram truck season. that five-finger bond that communicates trust, honor, follow-through, and follow-up. it's a promise that says go ahead and buy a ram 1500 or a heavy duty without a payment for 60 days. and if it doesn't do everything you ask it to do... bring it back. ram. >>> this makee me want to be a little one again, becauue that sounds good. >> i know, i was just saying, i can't believe theyyhad these when i was younge
, where did all that oil go? >>> and, vip treatment. spa treatments, gourmet food, $45,000 private cabanas? this is a rock concert? >>> good evening. new questions tonight about the gas main that exploded in a huge fire ball, turning entire homes in a neighborhood outside of san francisco into piles of ash. four people were killed. five are still missing. 60 were injured. and today, we learned that three years ago, the power company determined that gas line was at risk of failure. so, now the question. could this disaster have been prevented? neal karlinsky is in san bruno, california, once again tonight. >> reporter: the road home began at the end of this long line in a parking lot filled with hundreds who last saw their homes while escaping the explosion. they were allowed to return in shifts, under tight security and escorts from the utility company to personally start each home's pilot light safely. >> we don't want to live there, we just get clothes. >> reporter: tonight, there is new information that the pipeline was known to be potentially dangerous. in a 2007 document, pg&e said it
to be a warrior about it and stand up and say something and don't be quiet but spa speak your mind and voice and put forward what you think is real and in time things can change and minds can change and people can move on but we have to not be quiet about it and just keep pushing. >> thank you. yes? >> i'm with the water out of alexandria, virginia, i want to address legislative things but public engage meant. i think the most important things we can do in terms of communication with the hengs, is water is one voice. it's very important. when i say water, i mean water and waist water. it's very important that the message dare that i completely agree it has to be clear and distinct but right now we have echos and when we speak to washington there's an echo effect and we need to be one voice and i think that needs to be clear. >> thank you. yes? >> hi, i'm with the california public utilities commission. i watched the news last night and another senator was really claiming on the debate on global warming, gee, i think you're saying it's profitable for the green industries now and i'm think
students. 40 of them lived in a halt the has a kennel in the basement and a doggie spa. >> you realize you are away from home and this is a. daisy was laying right next to me and cuddling with me. i knew i was not alone. it was going to be ok. i have for. >> it is the perfect way to promote responsibility. classrooms are eight pets own. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. what do you think of the idea of allowing students to bring their pets with them to college? e-mail your response to labor day marks the unofficial end of summer. in washington, it means the midterm election campaign kicks into high gear. >> president obama hits the road to talk about the economy. kate amara joins us live with more. >> good morning. it is all about jobs this week for president obama. creating jobs for americans who are out of work and saving the jobs of democrats in congress. president obama is taking his fight for control of congress on the road. stopping in crucial states and focusing on the economy and jobs. >> i knew it would take time to reverse the damage
bathrooms? located on the water in mercer state. a 40 foot pool, spa, amphitheater along the dock and boat house, of course. >> walkway? it's gorgeous, yeah. >> i could live in the boat house. >> you hear about this? it's one of the more ghoulish independence day celebrations you'll see. the day of the dead is a call back to september 15th of 1810. independence for spain officially began. >>> check this out: forget jumbo jets, this thing is ginormous. it's a russian cargo plane designed to transport heavy machinery such as cranes, lifts, it touched down in harrisburg yesterday. it is the second largest airplane in the world. and it's more than five times heavier than a typical passenger plane. >> wow. >> that's a biggun. >>> she and her husband are known for crashing a white house dinner party. >> michaele salahi talks about the personal challenges she's facing in her new book. everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're t
to crimp it. >> dianne stevens owns two beauty salons and spas in dc and green belt, maryland. >> it will be beautiful for her face shape, her eyes, and ow designer will love it. >> will you love it? >> oh yes. >> the designer hand picked dianne to style the models showcasing her new spring collection. >> just showing the same vision that i have on my clothes. a lot of folds. it also has that edginess to it. it was soft and feminine. >> it is rougher in the slums in west africa. >> however, dianne is equally at home there. a few years ago, she taught 300 women how to make a living. >> it's actually eating daily. it's actually having your child educated. >> next spring, dianne is going back to sierra. >> we are trying to get hair conditioners and shampoos so each woman has three months of product. >> dianne does similar work in the metro dc area mentoring young girls through her cinderella foundation. >> we need our girls strong. we need them smart. >> dianne is excited about some of the things she has learned and she is hoping to transmit that knowledge to the gir
that support the renaming of the spas include the merchants of upper market and castro, all of your candidates to succeed me as supervisor and state senator mark when all. -- all of your candidates who succeed me as supervisor and state senator mark leno. i just want to say i have not had any question about the appropriateness and value of naming this in jane's honor. the problem of public works is not here today, but they have expressed that they have no issue and are very comfortable with this measure. with that, perhaps we can open to public comment. supervisor chu: thank you. are there any members of the public who wish to speak on item 3? >> i would like to introduce myself. i was officer jane warner's wife for two decades. i would like to share some excerpts from journals we shared together, so you may hear how jane felt about the castro and the gay community in her own words. "june 28, 1993. going to my first gay pride. it is spellbinding, coupled with the magic of the city, all extremely powerful. and indescribable. all those thousands of people around us. dawn and i held each other in
and served by a venezuen in a spa where a chilean gives me a brazilian. >> republicans said colbert mocked their process and privately some democrats worried the spectacle would withstand some concerns about voter distrust in washington. >>> the federal drug administration wants to curb drugs by take-back day. they want people to be encouraged to return drugs at locations worldwi with no questions asked by tomorrow. to find locations you can go to our web site and search "dea." >>> there was a special delivery in a hospital by iowa that took a lot of people by surprise. amanda berger was not feeling well on wednesday morning. she decided to go to the hospital. doctors took her into a small exam room, they ransom tests and they found that berger was 36 weeks pregnant and in labor. she says she had no clue until the hours before she gave birth. >> i did six pregnancy tests over the course of five or six months and they all came up negative, i never had any weight gain, i never had any eating habits that were different. >> the child is nam mckinley. he was born on september 22nd -- i'm sorry
, the president's handling of the economy spa, differences. >> i support him. >> a beautiful neighborhood. >> reporter: president obama spoke in a backyard in front of 30 fairfax home owners. >> we stopped the bleeding, stabilized the economy. the fact of the matter is that the pace of improvement has not been where it needs to be. >> reporter: several at the event set up by the white house sounded impatient with that pace. >> and i know that we're starting to improve and jobs are coming back, how long do you think this is going take? >> reporter: with the election six weeks away, the white house is trying to show it's working hard on the economy and part of that are coming into neighborhoods like this and pushing for a tax cut. >> we could get that done this week. we're still in the wrestling match with john boehner. >> reporter: in fact, boehner offered to support the ritpresident's plan. >> if the only option i have is to vote for some of those tax reductions, i will vote for them. >> reporter: some say with democrats controlling congress and the wh
're going to iron the hair out. crimp it. >> reporter: diane owns two beauty salons and spas in d.c. and green belt, maryland. >> beautiful face shape, eyes and our designer will love it. >> reporter: will you love it? >> oh, yes. >> reporter: designer of project runway finalist hand picked diane to style the models showcasing her new spring collection. >> i'm just showing the same vision and hair i have in my clothes, lots of volume, fabric, folding. that's where women are. >>> diane is equally at home there. a few years ago she taught 300 poor women how to style hair and earn a living. >> it's a basic necessity. it's actually eating daily. it's actually having their child educated. >> reporter: next spring diane is going back to sear a leone. >> each woman will have three months worth of product she can start her own business. >> reporter: she does similar work in the metro d.c. area mentoring young girls through her cinderella foundation. >> then we start building self- esteem. we need our girls strong and smart. >> reporter: diane is very excited about some of the things she's
. >> au pair unit, gourmet kitchen, pool, spa, one acre of beautifully manicured gardens, four bedrooms, three living rooms, four bathrooms. what more could you ask for? >> reporter: well, other than the winning raffle ticket, helping those who are unable to afford one. >> your $150 goes to a well rooted national ma rinne county that shows thousands of people every day. >> reporter: with a little luck t can all be yours. but winning ticket or not, you'll be helping those that need it most. >> cool-looking place there. >> gorgeous. >>> talk about a hot time in the old city. find out what's behind some fireballers coming up. >>> several questions remain unanswered this morning in an east bay crime spree. a live report coming up. >> and people are bracing for the arrival of hurricane earl. >> as these crews on the golden gate bridge get ready for the morning commute, i'm warning you about changes for your afternoon and evening as folks try to get away for the labor day holiday coming up.
or register for the heating system. jefit is beautiful, but the spas are too big, so insects can get in. but it's beautiful. >> that can be solved with a screen on the back. >> good idea. it's beautiful, good use of an old piece of equipment. here at the bottom, brick veneer is falling off, water will run in the cracks. if it were my house, i would explore what was happening here. all these openings, they are to read meters and so on and are big enough for racoons to get in. these are big holes. water intrusion is a serious problem. everything about this building is well-maintained, lighting in the front, t.v. cameras. this kind of lighting is no longer allowed. the energy code says you have to have lighting that is high- efficacy, meaning lots of lumens per watt. you can't just screw bulbs in any longer. it may not be done. i want to mention, it's not just the front of your building, it's your yard, too. the preventative maintainence would say, get some hot nails or screws or something designed for exterior use and screw them on. fix it before it breaks is the goal. everybody has a she
a die as spa community it was a rabbinic imagination that formed judaism that would be contemporary to every time and that judaism academically is considered rabbinic judaism but we call it being jewish today and that in some ways, that rabbinic imagination is what enabled jewish life to be contemporary in every single type even today so that an individual who is not religious can coequally claim to be jewish as someone who we might think of as observant. but within that context there is an understanding how we disagree with one another and there is a principle which i know you know about which means this and that. it is basic and simple but says from the theological perspective, x perspective and y perspective are coequally regarded from the perspective of theology that is what we are trying to remind people of when we bring rabbinic imagination to this. >>> it is so exciting to us to have the blessing of so many rabbis across the bay area in doing this work and in addition to that blessing we've got of the rabbis, we are really trying to create programs specifically for rabbis bec
spas or health treatments instead. it seems whatever the season the more a resort can offer the more attractive and prosperous its future will be... >> abirached: the sport of mixed martial arts started in the us in the 1990's back then it was largely unregulated and regarded by most as a violent, no holds barred freak show. over the last decade,however, the sport has been transformed into a multimillion dollar enterprise that continues to grow. but not everyone is enamoured with mixed martial arts, not least the state of new york which refuses to legalize the sport. >>reporter: from training gyms in new york, to sold out arenas in britain...mixed martial arts is hitting unprecedented heights, lead by the ultimate fighting championship, or ufc, .a promotions company that today is worth more than its fighters' weight in gold.. >>zelaznik: if you pick up a forbes magazine there was a recent valuation of the company that was over a billion dollars. >>anderson: in the last ten years we've grown dramatically because of the ultimate fighting championship. it's really helped popularize the
by a mexican, i want it by an american and in a spa where a chilean gives me a brazilian. >> for the most part, a pompous commentator poking fun at himself and others, migrant farm workers who are illegal i immigrants. >> i trust you'll work in the best interest of the american people as you always do. >> but the issue is a touchy one with some conservative members of congress calling for closing the border and sending illegals back. others said colbert's testimony would make a mockery of the issue. democrats called that sentiment ironic. >> republicans invited clint eastwood to testify before congress about 88 lawsuits. and republicans also invited elmo to talk about music education at the house appropriation subcommittee on labor, health and human services. >> there were testy moments including this one with iowa republican steve king over how much work colbert actually did. >> i watched you picking beans and i believe you did. i also watched you -- you said packing corn but i was watching you unpack corn. >> put it in the trucks, ice it down. >> as colbert wound down his appearance, he made
by a mexican, i want it picked by an american and sliced by a guatemalan and served by a chile and in a spa. >> he asked him to leave and then withdrew that request. the hearing focused on a bill to give undocumented farm workers the right to earn legal status. >>> a ceremony is being held in menlo park at this hour to kickoff one of the biggest bay area engineering projects in decades. a $347 million, five mile long tunnel will be cut under the bay from menlo park to newark to carry water from the reservoir, when completed it will replace a viaduct that runs on the surface of the bay south of the dumbarton bridge, which is vulnerable to earthquake damage. the project is part of $4.6 billion in upgrades to the s let's check out with meteorologist mark tamayo to see how warm it is going to get. >> temperatures already warming up, the warmest flirting with the 90 degree mark by this afternoon. mostly clear skies. a fog bank off orand a north early wind offshore and with that clear skies near the coastline and telephones warming up bay area wide. that classic fall pattern that always seems to
to capitol hill. >> i don't want a tomat picked by a mexican, i want it by an american and in a spa where a chilean gives me a brazilian. >> for the most part, a pompous commentator poking fun at himself and others, migrant farm worke who are illegal i immigras. >> i trust you'll work in the best interest of the american people as you always do. >> but the issue is a touchy one with some conservative meers of congress calling for closing the border and sending illegals back. others said colbert's testimony would make a mockery of the issue. democrs called that senti ironic. >> republicans invited clint eastwood to testify befor congress about 88 lawsus. and republicans also invited elmo to talk about music education at the house appropriation subcommittee on labor, healt and human services. >> there were testy moments including this one with io republican steve king over how much work colbert actually did. >> i watched you picking beans and i believe you did. i also watched you -- you said packing corn but i was watching you unpaccorn. >> put it in the trucks, ice it down. >> as colbert w
by a guatemalan served by a venezuelan in a spa where a chilean gives me a brazilian. >> not everybody was pleased. before he began democrat john connered asked him to leave but later backed down. some weren't pleased he testified in character. democrats saying the g.o.p. wunts invited elmo to testify. >> and construction is now underway on the first tunnel to run under san francisco bay. dignitaries held a ceremony today on the tunnel carrying water from hetch hetchy system to the peninsula. it's part a greater regional water improvement program expected to be completed in 2015. >> and coming up revelations about convicted felons being hired to help the elderly in our state. >>> a frightening bank robbery. crooks strap a bomb to a teller to make off with the loot. >> i'm sandhya patel. the warming trend about to escalate. i'll tell you about our hot autumn weekend coming up. >> and thank you. plus sarah shourd gets her face-to-face with iran's president. wililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililililili
by guatemalans and served by a venezuelan in a spa where to lay in gives me a brazilian. >> compared described as one day working in the field at the invitation of the farm workers. >> this experience gave me a small understanding of why so few americans are clamoring to beginning exciting career as seasonal migrant field worker after working with these men and women picking bands, packing corn for hours on end side-by- side in the unforgiving sun i have to say and i do this mean sincerely, please don't make me do this again it is really, really hard. >> the end of his testimony he turned at least partially serious they be you could offer more visas to the immigrants let's face it will probably be doing these jobs anyway. >> the audience some members of the media pleaded their complaints are writer for mother jones magazine accused him of making a mockery of the hearing. the washington post agreed to an abc reporter was not amused sang " really not sure this is funny. " there was invited to testify. >> warmer out there today but even warmer weather on tap for this weekend here's a look of your
cramps and spas were so painful he couldn't walk or even sleep. >> we were seeing doctor after doctor and this is a stack of business cards of all the doctors that we saw, and no answer. >> reporter: jake's parents, nancy and jeff silverman, agniedz over the case. >> he only lost it one time. >> reporter: what happened. >> i said, jake, come on. are you sure you really can't, like get up and you can't walk and he just looked at me and said, "mom, don't doubt me." >> reporter: the silvermans finally found an answer in boston with dr. sharma. she diagnosed jake with distonya, a neurological movement disorder causing sustained, involuntary muscle contractions. still relatively unknown disease even though it's the third most common movement disorder diagnosed, more common than huntington's lieu gehrig's disease. >> would say year we're 50 years behind where epilepsy was in terms of understanding the disorder and treatments. >> he had deep brain stimulation, surgery which implants a pace maker into the skull and sends impulses into the brain's tissue. it's powered by a battery pack near ja
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